A second White House staffer has resigned following accusations of domestic abuse. David Sorensen, who worked with top advisor Stephen Miller as a speechwriter, left earlier today after his former wife accused him of abuse during their marriage.
The Washington Post was the first to report the story.
Sorensen’s resignation comes shortly after a similar sign-off by Rob Porter, who was accused of abuse by two ex-wives.
White House speechwriter David Sorensen resigned Friday after being accused of physical and emotional abuse by his ex-wife.
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